This Book is my own visual representation
of the different environments that I
encountered whilst exploring Berlin. A city
that I found even busier than London and
so instantly drawn to express this through
Graffiti dominates the cities vacant
Spaces, from walls to doors, from billboards
to floors. It’s the signature of the city and you
can’t escape it.
While the Berlin wall tends to dominate
their history, the memory of the Jews
persecuted during World War II lives on.
Berlin holds a permanent reminder in the
Holocaust Memorial, time and creation
consume you in this place. All other
thoughts seem to escape your mind. To
communicate was all I had left.
Ancient architecture haunts Berlin,
epic portions of history lie around every
corner and within it’s many museums. Each
building has its very own story to tell.
Although bullet holes from World War II
often say it all, the drama was still mine to